Fodor's Expert Review Kanda Yabu Soba
The ever-popular Kanda Yabu Soba, located in a recently built but traditional building that replaced the original 130-year-old restaurant after a fire in 2013, is one of the oldest and best places to sit down and savor freshly made soba—be that on tatami or at one of the tables. Soba, thin noodles made from buckwheat flour and quickly dipped into a hot broth or cold dipping sauce, are the lighter cousin of udon.
2–10 Kanda Awajicho
Tokyo, Tokyo-to 101-0041, Japan
- Excellent rotating seasonal set
- Soba sushi rolls
- Historic atmosphere